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, kierston powers, and charles krauthammer. >> technology just changed everything, you remember the debate over whether saddam used poison gas, yes, he did, no, he didn't. now we have the video which is overwhelming in its emotional power and increases the pressure on the governments like ours, especially ours, to intervene and stop people from doing this terrible thing. doesn't change, the basic context, is toppling the assad regime. and what do you do if you get it? a regime that is worse? >> you are not a proponent of intervention -- >> they are horrible, but the question again, i'm merely saying, it may be good to topple the assad regime or not. i'm merely saying the weapon we should use is o-- the final thig i would say is intervening in iraq in 2003, morally justified, remove attend counterbalance to iran, that had consequences. >> kierston? >> i don't think it has to be whether or not we're overthrowing the assad regime. and i do think we disagreed about this before. but i see the united states as a force for good in the world. and someone that people turn to when there are human ri
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